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Beautiful campground with manicured grounds, surrounded by large sycamore trees providing lots of shades (which also means your satellite dish probably wont work, but they have a very good cable TV signal). Most sites provide significant separation between RV's. Creek runs through the back which you can jump in if you want. Lot's of rules, mostly around noise and quite time, which we did not mind one bit. All sites are back in or pull in, but enough space to maneuver a big rig. Very close to uptown Sedona and walkable (about 1-2 mile round trip depending how far in you go).

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This is a KOA in transition. It's obvious that they are upgrading many of the full hook up sites and when finished these sites will be pretty good. However in the present what you get is a gravel site with a picnic table thrown in and tightly packed sites. If you get anything but their deluxe sites then be prepared to see your neighbors up close and personal. We lucked out and had an end unit and this gave us way more room then most, so ask for one if available. The drawback is that WIFI reception is far from the office and spotty at best. I also did not like that the water line and sewer were right next to each other, not a very sanitary set up. Overall acceptable overnight stop or a couple of days like we did so we could visit the Petrified Forest (about 25 miles away).

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Beautiful views if you ask for a site facing the mountains. Great separation between sites. Clean and well run. My only complaint was the WIFI which was spotty at best. If they actually provided reliable WIFI this would be a 10 rated park.

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Great RV park, 20 mins from Santa Fe plaza. Some sites are a bit bigger than others, but overall the way they stagger the rigs in each row, you have a bit more privacy. Owner has metal art and old machines scattered around the park, which makes the place more in line with Santa Fe art scene. Good wifi. Clean, quite, and close to lots of shopping.

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This is a great RV park. Most sites are pull through and is laid out so that each rig is pulled in "opposite" ie so that the sewer, water, electric are on the same side such that your "patio side" is not looking into your neighbor's sewer line. The deluxe sites also have a privacy fence so that you truly have a very private site. Very unique layout which is hard to come by. The sites are immaculate, and the entire park is quite, and well run. Strong WIFI, friendly staff. We actually regretted not spending more time in the area.

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Beautiful park in the middle of the desert. Clean, lots of space between sites. Good long pull through and level sites. Our only issue was that the WIFI signal did not reach our site and we were paying for their premium deluxe site. Friendly and helpful staff. This park while it says is in Carlsbad is actually about 18 miles north of Carlsbad. So if you are thinking of visiting Carlsbad Caverns which is about 30 miles south of the city you are in for a 50 minute drive each way. Still we would stay here again even with the long drive because the RV parks which are closer to the Caverns just don't compare by a long shot.

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Good stop over point along I27 or if you are coming into Lubbock. Sites are spacious, lots of shade trees (which did not allow our Satellite to connect). Good water pressure. Sites have a concrete pad (a bit worn but still do the job). Friendly staff, clean park. Some reviewers commented on noise due to proximity to airport and highway. Honestly airport noise was minimal and highway noise was tolerable. My biggest issue was WIFI which seems to exist only in their brochure. You are given a password good for one device good for 24 hours anymore you have to pay additional. Needless to say we could never connect and gave up trying. Some reviewers also commented on tight interior roads. We did not see that, and we came in with 38' class A with tow vehicle and found the turns and interior roads easy to navigate. Also no cable, strong Local TV signals, satellite will depend on your site and direction of shade trees on your site.

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We stayed overnight here on our way West on I40. Easy on/off from I40. Far away enough from the interstate that road noise was minimal. Friendly staff, clean. Overall good place for a pit stop.

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Beautiful campground. Clean, quite anc everything worked. Some long term campers but overall great place stay if you are visiting the Bentonville area.

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Clean well run park. Right next to Graceland, you can walk up to the ticket office. Sites are tight, we were not able to open our awning. There is also a shuttle to Beasley street if you want to go into Memphis. Good wifi, good water pressure. They had cable but did not use.

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Great place for overnight stop if you are on I40 or I75. Clean, good wifi, good separation between sites. Not much here but far away enough from highway making the park nice and quite. Friendly staff. Appears to cater to many long term RV'ers but still a great place to stop for the night or a few days. Commercial strip just a few miles away with lots of retail shops and restaurants.

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Very clean and well run park. Friendly staff. We had a premium site which was large enough to accommodate our 37' MH and tow vehicle. Good separation between sites and the sites themselves are slightly staggered so that all the MH are not parked parallel to each other. Wifi was good although much slower during the weekend. Cable was grainy, we used our satellite instead. The park has a 1.2 mile nature trail which is well maintained as well as a large lake with a frisbee golf course which is unusual to find but lots of fun. Located close to a main road in Mt. Pleasant that has all sorts of shops, stores etc yet the park is far away enough such that there is minimal if any road noise. 20 minute easy drive to the Charleston historic district.

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A wonderful and meticulously kept RV park. Very large park with sections for seasonal and long time renters. We stayed in one of their red carpet sites which was very spacious, nice level cement pad, included picnic bench and in ground fire ring. Best Wifi reception we have seen in an RV park. Great location within an hours drive to Hershey, Lancaster, Philadelphia, Winterthur estates, Wyeth house and art galleries. Wonderful supermarket Shady Maple just 4 miles away in case you need anything. Also on site RV repair from some of the permanent residents.

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This location is strictly a Class A motorhome camp ground. They have strict rules as to the minimum size (36') and age of the motorhome (nothing older than 10 years). All lots are privately owned but are rented through the Rumbling Bald Resort at Lake Lure. For the price of the rental you have full access to the resort which includes golf course, pool, restaurants, spas, walking and hiking trails, private lake access, marina, amongst other amenities. The motorhome park is outside the main resort gate, however this is a good thing as the motorhome resort is quiet, very clean and well maintained. All are full hook up sites, with concrete pads and many of the sites come with wood decks, outdoor fireplaces, benches, swings, etc. This sites are very lush and hide most of the motorhomes quite well, while you can see some of them it is hard to see all of them, thus also making it a very private location. If the price of admission doesn't scare you off, then this is a really beautiful place to stay, within an hour of Asheville, many hiking trails, Chimney Rock, and other mountain attractions. The town of Lake Lure also offers more restaurants, shopping at Chimney Rick village, and picnic areas, plus a beautiful lake beach. Acceptable wifi, no cable, but satellite reception at least on our site was excellent.

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Small (only ten sites) RV park with every site giving you a front row seat of Pilot Mountain. Every site has a large, wide concrete pad that can easily accommodate even the largest rigs. Each site has full hook up, although no cable is offered. WIFI was strong and speedy. Good spacing between each site. The entire resort is in immaculate and spotless condition. The park is within an easy drive to many of the Yadkin Valley vineyards, and beautiful little towns like Mt. Airy. Many of the local vineyards also have great restaurants and/or areas for picnicking. If you are into hiking nearby Pilot Mountain and Hanging Rock parks offer tons of trails. We will definitely be back. We camped in a 36' class A MH, with tow vehicle.